Managing Editor, Strife Blog
Axel Dessein is a doctoral candidate at the Centre for Grand Strategy (War Studies, King’s College London) and a recipient of the Leverhulme Trust scholarship “Interrogating Visions of a Post-Western World.”
His research focuses on the ideological driving force behind China’s rise. He holds a B.A. and an M.A. in Oriental Languages and Cultures from Ghent University.
You can follow him on Twitter @AxelDessein.
Coordinating Editor, Strife Blog
Joseph is an MA International Conflict Studies student at King’s College London and graduate of the International Relations BA program, also at King’s. He recently undertook a Fellowship, held in the context of the GUARDINT project – which is supported by the Economic and Social Research Council- in which he analysed mechanisms of oversight in British intelligence. His research interests focus on methods of studying conflict, transmigration as a form of violence, and national narratives.
You can follow him on Twitter @jarnecki.
Ed Stacey is a MA Intelligence and International Security student at King’s College London. His research interests revolve around technology and global security, particularly cyber security and emerging technologies, and counter terrorism. He has a BA in International Relations from King’s.
You can follow him at @ed_stacey.